One letter separates prophecy from prophesy,2020欧洲杯时间 and the close relationship is derived from a shared word history.

A prophecy is a prediction or an utterance from a prophet inspired by his god. It entered English before 1200 with two spellings: prophecie and prophesie. It was borrowed from the Old French prophetie/prophecie/prophesie2020欧洲杯时间, which originated in Late Latin and Greek.

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To prophesy is to predict something or to utter something inspired by one's god. It pops up in English in about 1350 as prophecien and prophesien, coming through the Old French prophecier.

But we want to know why you do not prophesy like other prophets, especially on the political situation of Nigeria or at the beginning of the year?

I prophesy that the GOP will lie right through its teeth in 50 years and take credit for the "Affordable Health Care" law.

"Ryan Seacrest will be mine someday," prophesied 17-year-old Courtney Penry of Missouri City, Texas, when American Idol auditions touched down in Austin.

Until 1700, the noun and the verb were spelled the same. However, the differentiated spelling may be disappearing already. Garner's Modern American Usage notes that prophesy for prophecy is at stage 3 of language change: it's common even among educated speakers and writers.